How do I find an inmate in West Palm Beach?

How do I find an inmate in West Palm Beach?

You can acquire information about inmates through the jails search page on their official website. If you can’t get the information you seek on these sites, you can call the Palm Beach County Main Detention Center at 561-688-4400 or send a fax to 561-688-4400.

How do I look up someone in jail in Florida?

Each Florida county jail has an inmate search tool that interested persons may use to perform an inmate search in Florida. Generally, this search tool is hosted on the jail webpage—typically a section of the Sheriff’s Office website.

What is Pbso?

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office – PBSO.

How many inmates does the Palm Beach County Jail hold?

2166 inmates
The facility can accommodate up to 2166 inmates, including those housed at the infirmary and special management bedding section. The South Tower houses 1285 offenders, West Tower 404, and East Tower 418. Those housed at this facility are majorly inmates awaiting their trials and sentences.

How do I email an inmate in Palm Beach County Jail?

To send an email to an inmate, click EMAIL in the grey bar at the top of the page. Select an inmate from the drop down menu, or press “Search for an inmate.” Enter the subject and body of your mes- sage. Each email has a maximum charac- ter limit. Below your message, you will see how many characters you have remaining.

Who is Ric L Bradshaw?

Sheriff Ric Bradshaw is a career law enforcement professional responsible for leading the largest law enforcement agency in Palm Beach County. Sheriff Bradshaw has a successful track record of fifty(50) years in law enforcement.

How much does a Palm Beach County Sheriff Deputy make?

The typical Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sheriff salary is $82,578 per year. Deputy Sheriff salaries at Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office can range from $43,837 – $133,271 per year.